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Pampered Chef Gives Kitchen Supplies to Storm Victims

WASHINGTON - For those who lost everything in the storm, it can be hard to remember to replace the little things.

WASHINGTON - For those who lost everything in the storm, it can be hard to remember to replace the little things.


Something as simple as a plate or a cutting board can mean a lot.


The Pampered Chef answered the call today in Washington.


They joined with Feeding America and Peoria Area Food Bank to hand out $127,000 worth of kitchen supplies for storm victims.


Each family received a bundle containing utensils, plates, a can opener, and more.


One woman says it’s a great way to rebuild her kitchen.


"I'm not sure what they salvaged out of my kitchen.  I didn't go back the day that they retrieved things, but this will really be a starter for me,” said storm victim, Mary Gover.

"Something so simple as a can opener or some dishes and glasses to drink water or milk out of.  We just want to do a little bit to bring some peace of mind back to some of the residents and help them get started again," said Ann Anderson, a Pampered Chef Consultant.


Each bundle is worth more than $125.        


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